24 09, 2020

Avoiding Repeated Test Behaviour Across Multiple Tests with Test Fixtures

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Avoiding Repeated Test Behaviour Across Multiple Tests with Test Fixtures For anyone who has had the pleasure of writing/maintaining tests for code that require the use of external dependencies, you will (hopefully!) have incorporated the […]

20 02, 2018

Broken! Busted! Before Giving Up, Give It A Go And Try To Fix It

By |2019-04-16T11:09:04+00:00February 20th, 2018|Categories: Blog Posts|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Broken! Busted! Before Giving Up, Give It A Go And Try To Fix It

Hi my name is Amadeusz, and I am currently completing my university placement year as a Software Engineer here at Zircon. […]

31 03, 2014

Updating Legacy Systems to Keep Our Armed Forces in Readiness

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Updating Legacy Systems to Keep Our Armed Forces in Readiness

We take on a wide variety of projects, but a common problem we’re often asked to solve comes under the general heading […]

4 11, 2011

Ruminations on C++11

By |2019-04-16T11:25:57+00:00November 4th, 2011|Categories: Blog Posts|Tags: , |0 Comments

///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// // Preface ////////// // // This is a blog about the new version of C++, C++11. It has been many years in the // making and adds lots of new features to the C++ language. Some of those features // are already supported by commonly used compilers, a description of these features // follows. // // As you can see, this 'blog' is a bit unusual. It's actually a C++ source code file // annotated with lots of comments. So it can be read on its own, with the code being // examples of the things being described, or it can be viewed in Visual Studio (VS) // 2010, built and even executed. With a few minor adjustments pointed out along the // way, it can also be built using GCC and executed on whatever system that it is // installed on. /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////